Is there a chronic migraine treatment?

There is no cure, but there are successful treatments


A chronic migraine is one that occurs more often than not. So, someone with a chronic migraine has that migraine at least 15 days out of each month. This condition can be almost debilitating for some people, and it is a good idea to see a doctor if you have chronic migraines.

There are treatments for this condition, and the majority of them are in the form of triptans. Seven different triptans can be used to treat migraines (including Sumatriptan and Rizatriptan), and they are best used at the first sign of pain. The sooner you use the triptan, the more effective it will be and the better it will be able to cover your migraine symptoms. Each triptan works on the serotonin in your brain. Serotonin is a chemical that sends certain signals throughout the brain. Once those signals are hindered, you are far less likely to feel any pain.

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There is no treatment for the root cause of migraines, nor is there a cure for the condition, but you can treat the symptoms successfully. However, there are preventative treatments available. The most commonly used ones are botulinum toxin and beta-blockers. These need to be used before the first signs of a migraine, and they can effectively stop the migraine from forming. However, they are not 100% effective. In fact, they tend to only work in about 50% of all people who use them.

If you want something more effective, you can try topiramate. This drug is a powerful anti-seizure medicine that has only recently been approved for treating chronic migraines. The problem with it, however, is that it can cause some unpleasant side effects. It may be right for some people who can tolerate the side effects and who are not helped by other milder chronic migraine medications.

Pain isn’t the only symptom of migraine that needs to be treated, though. Many people who suffer from this condition also experience depression, and your doctor may prescribe an anti-depressant to treat this. You should talk to your doctor about your migraines, and any depression or mood swings you feel may be associated with them.

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